With a Foreword by R. Vijay Shankar and an Introduction by R.K. Radhakrishnan.
95p., 21 cm.
This book collects The author reports from May 2017 to his assassination. He refletcs here on the policis of the Indian state (including the impunity given to the army), the hate-filled politis of the Hindu Right (exemplified in the rape and murder of an eight-year old girl in Kathua), the alienation of the Kashmiri people, the protests of young people (and their use of social media), and the rise of a new kind of militant (such as Burhan Wani). These are detailed assessments, essential reading for anyone who wants to know about the old and new forces inside Kashmir. The piecs offer insights into the ways and means to bring about lasting peace in the valley-a cause for which Shujaat lived and died.